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How To Make My Little Recycled Buggy
Materials Required
* Any small plain cardboard carton * Glue * Any small tit-bits mostly recycled items that can be used to decorate for eyes, nose etc.
Method
  • Imagine the plain cardboard box is a bug and use tit-bits of recycled items to make eyes, nose, mouth, legs, hair and other body parts of the bug.
  • Glue them at appropriate places.
  • Make other decorations according to your own creativity and imagination. Try to use originality.
  • This buggy can be presented or used to decorate ones home. 
How Does It Help
* Children will learn to value of inexpensive personal gifts and home decorations. * Children learn to make the best use of everything and the art of recycling waste and saving valuable resources. Encourages creativity and imagination in the child. Children learn important lessons on saving the planet Earth.
Conclusion
Here's a child who cares for the Earth and exercises economy in gifts and home decor.


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shivika, gensan philippinesSaturday, March 19, 2011
i love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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